About Us

moor·ing [moor-ing]
noun
1. A place where, or an object to which, something (such as a boat or ship) can be anchored or secured
2. Usually, moorings. One's stability or security


Mooring Consulting Group thrives on navigating our clients through the rough, unpredictable seas of event production. With 14+ years of hands on experience working in every aspect of the event production industry, we take the stress, uncertainty, and pressure out of event production and management. We work with industry leading partners to bring all of our clients' event needs to life, from full service executive producing, to technical production management, to consulting or location scouting. No job is too big or too small, too easy or too hard. We enjoy making our clients’ jobs easier, while executing successful events, every time. 

Let us provide you stability, security, and reliability when you find the waters getting rough.

Mooring Consulting Group is your Port in Every Storm.

 

Note from Founder Ron Castellanos

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I started Mooring Consulting Group after 9 years of freelancing and working for large companies. I noticed a need in the event industry for honest, reliable, experienced companies who say what they do, and do what they say.

I believe in operating Mooring under the principles of honesty, integrity, and hard work, placing a high value on personal connections with clients and vendors, building long term, successful partnerships.

I make a commitment to all of Mooring’s clients to always get the job done right, every time, no matter what. I will always put the needs of the job and client above all else.
Let me prove this to you. You will not be disappointed.

— Ron

 

Mooring Consulting Group is a proud supporter of Wounded Warrior Project, Backpacks for Life, and The Green Beret Foundation

 
 
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The Mooring Consulting Group Anchor

 

An anchor is a heavy metal object attached to a rope or chain and used to moor a vessel to the sea bottom. A ship that is not firmly anchored is at the mercy of all of the elements of the sea. A person who is not firmly anchored is at the mercy of all of the elements of chaos, hysteria, and uncertainty surrounding them.

Traditional anchor tattoos were also the symbol of a very experienced sailor, showing that you can trust confidently in that sailor’s skills and knowledge.

Ultimately, the anchor is a symbol of stability, a strong foundation, and determination.